Menopause Symptoms You Should Understand
Every woman in the world is going to go through menopause eventually. It is just an unavoidable part of being a woman. Many women will try to think of ways to stop menopause from happening but nothing can prevent the stopping of that monthly cycle. Menopause onset can be very traumatic for some, especially those who don’t know what kind of menopause symptoms to check for. We’ve all heard the stereotypical stories about women going through “the change” but what are the real symptoms women should look for? This article will tell you!Nice!!
One of the most recognizable menopause symptom is the “hot flash”. The hot flash is the sudden onset feeling of heat. Your face will get flushed and you will start sweating. It will feel almost like somebody turned up the temperature inside of your body–but only for a little bit. Some will tell you that it is not all that different than a hyped up version of the feeling you get when you leave a cold room and go out into a hot sunny day. Hot flashes can occur at any time of the day or night. Night time hot flashes are usually called “night sweats.”
For a woman wanting to have another child, menopause can be quite traumatic because of the similarity in symptoms between pregnancy and menopause. One of the earliest symptoms of pregnancy that is also present in many menopausal women is extreme fatigue. If you have extreme fatigue often referred to as “crashing” fatigue you should consult a doctor to see if it could be menopause. Just feeling a little tired does not fit the criteria for crashing fatigue. The type of fatigue I am talking about is bad enough you might not be physically capable of getting out of bed. A woman experiencing this type of fatigue will require more sleep than she’s ever needed before, perhaps during the height of her day. More than likely if your loved one is experiencing this type of fatigue, mother nature is playing a role.So far so good….
Irritability is, perhaps, the most famous menopause symptom. Do you remember the beginnings of puberty when, without warning, just about everything seemed to be annoying as all get out? This is not all that different from the feelings a woman feels when she starts to go through the onset of her menopause. It isn’t always PMS when a woman who is usually pretty happy suddenly starts getting angry and annoyed, especially if she is of a certain age. It might be a sign that she is going through menopause.
Menopause is not really that great an experience for anybody. Even if you are not going through the change yourself, if someone you love is going through it, you are affected as well. Everybody should learn what they can about menopause symptoms. This will help you provide the right level of support to the women in your life who experience it. In addition to being sympathetic it can also clue you in to what is happening to a woman when she reaches a certain age. You might even be able to help her figure out what is happening to her body!Great….